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Candidates for graduation of the University of South Alabama.

Spring and summer graduates are urged to discover their purpose, as thousands gathered over two days at the USA Mitchell Center to honor South's newest alumni. Read More

Zimlich quintuplets, from left, Hallie, Isabella, Shipley, Amelia Rose and Sophia, were offered scholarships to the University of South Alabama after they were born at USA Health Children's & Women's Hospital.

The Zimlich quintuplets were born at USA Health Children's & Women's Hospital. On Saturday, they reach another milestone together — spring Commencement. More

Emily Warner, left, with the USA Center for Archaeological Studies, and Thomas Grace, with Wiregrass Archaeological Consulting, bisect a feature in the soil at a dig site that is along the route for a proposed Mobile Bay bridge. After completing the excavation of half the feature, they will photograph and draw the profile, and then excavate the second half.

The USA Center for Archaeological Studies unearths the past to make way for a bridge linking Alabama's two coastal counties. Its archaeologists and anthropologists are joined by South researchers, academics and students from a cross section of d More

Wenda Johnson, who earned master's and doctorate degrees in nursing from the University of South Alabama, competes in the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo earlier this year. Photo by James Phifer courtesy of the Women's Professional Rodeo Association.

Wenda Johnson, who earned her master's and doctorate in nursing at South, combines a career in medicine with rodeo success in World Championship Barrel Racing. More

Damonique Evans, an emergency medical services graduate of the University of South Alabama, works at Mobile Fire-Rescue Station 23 as a firefighter paramedic. “I hope more people come in and change the narrative of what a firefighter looks like. It’s an honor,” she said.

South emergency medical services graduate Damonique Evans becomes the first Black woman to work as paramedic firefighter for the Mobile Fire-Rescue Department. More

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